The first generation (from 1974 to 1984) of Jeep Cherokee was a rebadged reintroduction of a two-door style Jeep Wagoneer. The Cherokee was marked as the “sporty” two-door variant of station wagon.
These cars use 6014 or H6024 headlight housings, where one bulb performs for high and Low beams. This headlight housing type incorporates the reflector and lens to form a large all-glass sealed envelope filled with an inert gas to replace the conventional glass bulb. There are 2 heating elements inside an aluminized glass reflector. The design provides precise filament focus as well as prevent the entry of dirt, dust, grease, and moisture.